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  • Enlightenment is much simpler and more intimate than you imagine; no bells and whistles, no ecstatic light show; it is this moment, as it is.
    Martyn Webber
  • L'absolu, c'est le relatif à 100% !
    Isabelle Padovani
  • "We Are One Self, a unique breath of Life that lives in seven billion men and women that can live in a new world". Shakti Caterina Maggi
    Shakti Caterina Maggi
  • When you first start to inquire as to your true nature, you might begin to see that you are not the body-mind. Then you might identify yourself as the consciousness or witness that perceives everything. But then from that vantage point you begin to realize that this consciousness is just your universal body, the body of the absolute, and that your ultimate nature is actually before consciousness.
    Enza Vita
  • Who you are is prior to thoughts hold the attention on that which never moves and remain as such
    Alon Halel Geva
  • Know that the infinite intelligence, majesty, and emptiness of this grand ocean of existence are at the very core of every atom of your being.
    David Ellzey
  • BE the One you long for.
    Ananta Kranti
  • The mind is a butterfly. I am the sky.
    Bok
  • Choose love over fear.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • when we wake up to oneness we can celebrate separateness
    Tim Freke
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